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leaders of north korea has ever known. kim jong-il had a very long and public grooming for power, seen as the only possible successor for his godlike father. the leadership cold could easily pass at you another generation -- cult could easily pass to another generation. the talk is once again of succession, but this time it needs to be organized in more haste. and with the added problem, many suggest, that none of his three known as suns appear to be promising leaders. the first, kim jong nam, was at once caught trying to enter japan with a false passport, trying to visit tokyo's disneyland. the second son, kim jong chul, is reportedly considered too thin and then by his father. that leaves the third son, perhaps soon to be in charge of a fledgling nuclear power. political successions in totalitarian states are always fraught with difficulty, and kim jong-un is a complete political novice. he may be his father's chosen successor, but the other power elites in north korea might be a different matter. bbc news, seoul. >> the head of the vatican bank is under investigation for suspicion o
a very long and public grooming for power, for trade for years as the natural successor to his godlike father. so when his father died in 1994, north korea's was side- leadership could easily pass to another -- quasi-leadership could easily pass to another member of the family. now there is talk of succession. but now it is in more haste. and with the added problem, many suggest, that none of his three known suns appear to be particularly promising leaders. the first was once caught trying to enter japan on a false passport, apparently in an attempt to visit tokyo's and disneyland amusement park. the middle son is reportedly considered "too feminine" by his father. that leaves his third son, just 26 or 27 years old, unknown and experience -- and experience. -- on experience. -- unexperienced. he is a complete political novice. he may be his father's successor next week, but it may be a different matter for other power elites in north korea. bbc news. >> more of the main news for you. 18 children are still missing in pakastani kashmir where a school bus has crashed. officials say it is
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